Falling For The Fall Garden

Fall is glorious! The weather is at its finest in most places across our country and the garden changes into a new palette of colorful beauty.  I have always been a die-hard fan of summer but over the last several years I must admit a great growing affection for Fall.  There’s a chance that someday soon Fall may be my ‘favorite’ season!

The fall garden is sumptuous with all plant life showing off its final size and hues of the year.

My Rosa ‘Glauca’ went from this to this…

And so many others have changed into Fall ‘attire’…

The fall garden is savory with ripe vegetables and fruits filled with goodness, all-ready for consumption.

And then there are those that wait….and make you wait … for their most splendid display of abundance and beauty!

Falling for the Fall garden is easy to do!

How about you?  What is your favorite season in the garden?


4 thoughts on “Falling For The Fall Garden

  1. Great fall pics. I’m still a summer person. To me there’s nothing nicer than sitting in the garden under a shade tree, drinking iced tea while I read or just watch the garden. Then enjoying the warm evening with a glass of wine. Sounds lazy, doesn’t it? Well, I don’t get the chance to enjoy it often enough. Fall has been lovely this year in Boise though, hasn’t it? The city just seems to be on fire with all the color.

  2. Certainly there is much to admire in the garden in fall. I love this season too and though I would say that it is my favourite season overall, early summer (June to be specific) would be my favourite time in the garden. The weather at that time of the year is fine, but not hot. The garden is starting to bloom and there is that rush of excitement to see the garden begin to show off its very best assets.

  3. You both have great reasons to support your favorite season and as I read them I cannot figure out which is my favorite. I do know Winter is my least favorite! I’m not waffling even a tiny bit on that one!

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